Disney must have!

So I took my kids to Disneyland recently and it was the first time to take a 4 month old baby! I know I’m crazy. I got a lot of compliments on the burp cloths I made him.


My mom had made me lots of these cloth diaper burp cloths before my son before he was born and I love them! They clean up everything and my son spits up a ton! So with everyone asking me where to get them I’ve decided to sell them. If you are interested please contact me @ kellpeaks@hotmail.com!
The price is 3 for $18 plus shipping. More prints will be up soon! Please tell your friends. This would be great for a baby shower! Payments will be received through PayPal.


Frozen Party

I’m so excited to finally share the Frozen Party! It’s been a while since I posted but I hope it will be worth the wait. What little girl is not obsessed with Disney’s Frozen? I love the movie so when my daughter said she wanted that theme for her party I definitely didn’t fight it!


The dessert table was pretty simple. The best part of this I didn’t buy anything but the plastic table cloths! When Christmas was over I kept out some of my Christmas decoration for the party. My mom and sister let me borrow some of their items and we were in business.


All of the hanging snow was from one garland. The vintage candle sticks brought in a old world look that Frozen has. Glitter is always welcome at a little girls birthday party!


I loved the look of these cupcake holders. I got them at Zurchers for 2 dollars.


My mom helped me out and made the snowflake sugar cookies that tasted as good and they look! I pretty sure I had 5 of them.


I am not a cake decorator. I had to figure something out because there are just not cute Frozen cakes to buy right now. Snowflakes are a little easier for me to do so I made the cake blue and threw on some snowflakes and crystal sugar.


I’m a true believer in having snacks at all parties. I had blue candy, snow balls (marshmallows), and snow covered donuts. Most of all the food was gone by the end of the night.


Alright here was the hard party. Making my crappy looking garage look like a magical snow wonderland. I love plastic table cloths, they covered a lot of the bad stuff. The lights were needed since we blocked some lights. And of course we hung a bunch of snowflake ornaments.


The kids thought it was the coolest thing ever. I’m glad they really liked it. I think I hung around 40 snowflakes.


More lights more snowflakes


We needed some serving table space. The branch worked perfectly to hang snowflakes and add a winter look. And it was free.


The silver platters are at the dollar store! And the silver ball was a Christmas decoration but on a candle stick.


The table décor was pretty simple. Vintage with some crystal.

We had two parties. One for kids and one for adults.

Kids party~ we had them make there own Olaf, make there own magic snow, we had them find the difference in the picture and that filled an hour! I got the olaf print out and the other awesome printable at.. http://www.memyselfandjen.com/life-and-kids/printables-activity-sheets-disneys-frozen/

This lady did an awesome job with this stuff so definitely check it out. Activity Sheets from the Disney film FROZEN, available in theaters November 27th (www.memyselfandjen.com)

To make there own snow

Magic Bottle Tutorial.

I found this on pinterest and put a twist on the title to have it fit the party. But the kids loved it! To read more about this craft check out http://www.artsyants.com/2011/11/make-magic-bottle-tutorial.html

For the adult party we ate meatball sandwiches with salad which was a hit and kept cost down and it’s easy. You just put a bag of meatballs and one can of sauce and warm it up in a crockpot. That’s it. Easy. When you’re feeding a lot of people easy is best. I hope you enjoyed this party! let me know what you think!


Spy Party

I hope everyone is having a great day! Today I just wanted to share my nephew’s party with you. It’s a Spy Party! 

ImageWelcome to the Agency! 

ImageNever think that steamers are bad. They are awesome and can really save your budget.

ImageThe garland is made from dollar store money. String and money!


Center piece. The hats were bought at the second hand store. The boys loved it!

ImageThey got spy glasses and a mustache for there disguise. They did finger prints and had their own finger print on their code name badges.

ImageStamp pads were used to do the finger prints. 

ImageI just gotta say I love my sister and she cracks me up. She was the head of the agency and really got the kids excited. 



They had to complete an obstacle course. The birthday boy got to set it up. He made him feel like it was his big day.

ImageWatch out for the laser beams! The kids got to go through and not touch the beams. 

ImageAll the kids got a “bomb” and they got to pop it and they got a white piece of paper that would have a part of secret code to open the briefcase.



So here is how it works. Before she put the white strip of paper in the balloons she wrote a number in white crayon. After they popped the balloons and had there papers they got to paint over the paper with water color a reveal the number. For them it was magic!

ImageWe lucked out that my dad still had is old beifcase that had a combo lock. 

ImageThe case was full of money and candy with money wrappers. It was a great replacement for a pinata! 

ImageThe last game I thought was awesome and it was prefect for older kids. All of these pictures were taken of things around the house. They had to take the picture and find that object. 

ImageThey all loved this game and some of them were pretty hard. It was great.

ImageA perfect ending to any party is cake! This bomb cake is a round cake with airheads to made the line of the bomb. 

ImageThey used sparklers instead of candles. It was great!

I hope you love this as much as we all did. If you like it please let me know! We are on facebook, instagram, twitter, blog lovin, and pinterest. There are so many ways to follow! 


















Princess Tea Party!

My niece had a princess tea party! It was beautiful.

ImageThe chalk board was there at the front to welcome all the guest. Most of the props came from http://vintageironrentals.com/.

ImageThey had to go through the curtain to enter the tea party.

ImageLove this paper and hemp banner!

ImageThese fans are a great way to save some money.

ImageThis is where they put all the gifts for the party.

ImagePaper pendants and pearls are perfect for a princess party.

ImageVintage decor to match the party. http://vintageironrentals.com/

ImageAll the little girls got a flower box (dollar tree) with a glitter ring inside.

ImagePerfect for little girls. Pb&j sandwiches, celery, chocolate dipped fruit, and other finger foods. The cake was adorable and perfect. It was purchased from Kolher’s in Lehi for $10!!! It was a total steal!

ImageGlass slipper, crowns, and castle sandwiches.

ImagePink cookie sticks (dollar tree)

ImageChocolate drizzled grapes. So good.

ImageCelery sticks.

ImageLove the sliver and pearls.

ImageThese fans were all along the glass back door and it was so cute.

ImageThe “tea” was water with milo flavor. They could add as much of the magical color as they wanted.

ImageThe whole spread.

ImageIt’s amazing what you can do with a paper box.

ImageThe party bags were perfect. Every princess needs a wand and some glasses.

ImageAll the kids dressed up in there dresses and had to find the glass slipper!

ImageDress ups and a long mirror. Just let the girls play!

ImageThey all got to make there own take home bag. Felt, jewels, and glue.

ImageEvery princess got to take a picture with a cute frame!

Loved this party! Most of what you saw here can be rented at http://vintageironrentals.com/. It’s totally worth checking out! Hope you have a great day! href=”https://partydimetime.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/20130729-175113.jpg”>20130729-175113.jpg


Pirate Party

My friend Katie Finley hosted a party for her two year old son and it was adorable! She had posted pictures on Facebook and I had to share it with all of you! (of course I asked permission)

ImageI love this treasure chest! She borrowed it from a friend and used it to hold the treat bags. The treat bags had pirate swords, eye patches, pirate stickers, pirate face tattoo’s (all from target).

ImageThe super cute treasure map was made by Katie! I’m always amazed and others talents.

ImageThis adorable birthday boy was so happy for his party. The banner was made by his mom.

ImageI think everyone should own a bucket like that. Jake (from Jake and the Neverland Pirates on Disney channel) was there at the pirate party.


Most of the decorations were from target. Straws, cupcake stuff, jake, rootbeer, napkins, and plates. A lot from clearance( my favorite)! 

ImageThe pinata was a lot from target. Some times it’s easier to buy then make. The piñata was called “walk the plank piñata” the older boys were blindfolded and had to stay on the plank.

ImageThey had a pirate battle with water balloons. 

ImageSuch a great set up!

ImageLook at these pirates! Arrrrr

ImageNow you know why I had to share it because it was just way to cute to not! They had “Pirate Pizza”. Thanks Katie Finley for letting me share Gabe’s party!









Bored Box

Well it’s the beginning of summer and after the first day off, my 6 year old began saying she was bored! The first day! So I needed to find out what I was going to for the rest of summer so I wouldn’t explode! My mom is awesome and told me I should go to the dollar store and get some stuff for her to do that would be new.

ImageThis is what I came up with. The bored box.

ImageThis box has everything. Glue sticks, tape, colored paper, fun foam, paint, color pages, books, stencils, stickers, decoration mugs, clay, and lots more. It cost about $30.

ImageThe rule of the bored box is there is only one activity they can do a day. Also you can only say you are bored once. If they say they are bored after an activity from the box they get a chore.

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